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New possibilities for GLOBAL Food industry on a basis of Bast Crops colloid systems

October 31

Free – $500

HEMP. A natural plant with inexhaustible, rich opportunities. Prospects for the application and use of innovative technological capabilities of this unique plant in the near future. New technological regulations and processing schemes are proposed from – “From Field to Product”. A series of technological solutions and the “Pioneer” technological regulations offer two scientists. Dr. Oleg V Anokhin & Dr. Ambrose Harry Rajamannan. Working group consists of a scientist in the field of Physical Chemistry of Colloidal systems and American Agriculture products inventor & supplier.
Appeal = offer. Dear colleagues and promising partners. We propose to jointly introduce a series of innovative technologies that allow to fundamentally realize a wide range of new technological capabilities.
New algorithms and schemes for harvesting and processing (right down to elemental fiber !!!) allows you to accurately (!!!) divide and localize – new and promising technological resources. I explain. If until today the market of hemp products has been reduced (except for seed oil) to use as primitive building materials (two-story hacks) and briquettes for a fireplace … With the advent of our inventions, we will offer and apply: NANO fibers, elements for sorption and desorption processes. Highly filled = high modulus materials, (!!!) and in addition to this (for the first time): a wide range of amorphous, liquid crystalline, liquid components. This is a new raw material base for: perfumes, pharmacopeias, food components, medications and other medical preparations, etc.
We begin widespread patenting in January 2020. We offer to be a partner, taking into account your technical and production capabilities + understanding of the proposal – in fact. We are waiting for your questions, suggestions. Dealers, please do not worry. Sincerely

Dr. Oleg V Anokhin – [email protected]
Dr. Ambrose Harry Rajamannan – [email protected]

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Date:
October 31
Cost:
Free – $500